As states in the United States have begun banning library materials and expressions of queer culture, it is important that archives take up a greater role in preserving, transmitting, and making available queer cultural traditions. This is a space to discuss how digital archives should take up this role, how they should interact with the government, how they should be organized, and whether it is possible to make them widely accessible.
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